Vic Sadot plays original topical folk, rock and blues with Crazy Planet Band. With Planète Folle Band he plays Cajun/Zyceco and New Orleans R&B. Planète Folle means Crazy Planet in French, but that band has a very different repertoire.
See band site: www.vicsadot.com
Or visit CD Baby: http://cdbaby.com/cd/vicsadot2
Mostly in Delaware, but we have played at locations from Virginia to Connecticut.
Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Zachary Richard, George Moustaki, Michel Rivard, Gerry Boulet, Tom Paxton, John Fogerty, Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams, Clifton Chenier, Balfa Brothers, Boozoo Chavis, Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger
I have a Pointe Noir Cajun 10 button accordion made by Dick Richard of Church Point, Louisiana. I play a Martin acoustic guitar.
Delaware Folksinger Writes 'Tough Lyrics' Calling Attention to Neo-Con Corruption
Vic Sadot picks up where Bob Dylan left off, telling America in his music to end the Iraq War and put the neo-cons in jail for causing 9/11.
14 Oct 2005 By Greg Szymanski
Vic Sadot has a knack for tackling tough political issues and then turning them into
the sweet sound of music. But unfortunately his brand of brash, hard-hitting folk music, similar to Bob Dylan in the 60's, is a rarity nowadays and about as hard to find as an honest judge. (To read more of the article click on the link below):
Vic Sadot Song Featured on the Official Website of
one of the Rescue Heroes at the World Trade Center
on 9/11/01: The Ballad of William Rodriguez
To Hear It Click on the button at the bottom of
the opening page!
Vic Sadot at My Space Features the Broadside Balladeer Blog
Vic Sadot Music Video Planylist at YouTube
Produced by Dean A. Banks
Hear The Kidnapping Coup and read about what happened in Haiti in 2004. Explore recommended links to learn about the struggle for justice and democracy in Haiti: